This article sets out some key methodological principles in developing a European research framework for studying men’s violences. This involves attention to gendered analysis and gendered power relations; gender collaboration; interconnections between social arenas; ethical and political sensitivities; examining and problematising roots and explanations of men’s violences; building on and reviewing the contribution of Critical Studies on Men; use ofmultiple methods, methodologies and epistemological frames; and, addressing intersections of multiple dimensions of power and disadvantage. Together, these principles and perspectives assist in developing a comparative and transnational orientation, by attending to cultural variations, convergences and divergences in time and space, and intersecting forms of power relations in the study of men’s violences in a European context.
|Translated title of the contribution||Studying men’s violences: Some key methodological principles in developing a European research framework|
|Number of pages||34|
|Journal||Masculinities and Social Change|
|Publication status||Published - 21 Feb 2013|